We’ve all heard the new modern meme*: You’re just a mom? or You are just a mom! or Are you just a mom? or Oh, you are just a mom. I put a question mark at the end of that first iteration for a reason. Today, more than ever, women — mothers in particular — find themselves being questioned. [...]
Author Archive: Brent Stubbs
is a father of five (+ 1 in heaven), husband of one, convert, and a generally interested person. He has a BA in Theology, studied graduate philosophy, has an MBA, is a writer (or so he tells himself) and prefers his coffee black. His website is Almost Not Catholic. His Twitter handle is @2bcatholic. His favorite color is blue.
Dear Fellow Parents, Tragedy has its way of undoing tightly wound things. If anything at all, the depot we pull into this day has completely changed. Everything is new about this town, or at least it should be…after Newtown. As parents, we have so much for which to be thankful, those of us who still hold our children at [...]
(among other things) To our dear separated brothers and sisters, nothing comes across as more counterintuitive to the Christian religion than the Pope. The great german theologian, Karl Adam, gestured at this notion — that the Pope is the real hanging chad of ecumenical dialog — at the end of his diamond-of-a-book, The Roots of the Reformation. He is [...]
No, I will not write his name on the ballot. I believe that voting for a third party, a third person, is a symbolic act. In the case of a presidential election, a symbolic act is about as good as handing a symbolic cup of water to a man dying of thirst in the desert. [...]
Subtitle: How NFP is really hard. Let us return to the title of this post, and do not push aside the double entendre. Go there. For nothing says qu order cialis ite what I am trying to say in this post like the title. It is a good feeling because rarely does a title in [...]